lain u v
t;vy at -
r , Dn,. - r! -r ?r
ill! l i. I ' o
c,.$ c; f;-:.-if tu Ihe packing of
rJ rr ::.;-;ct;:r5d product in
i-c3. t ' arci cartons.
1 134 Nuuanu Street
HEAD OFFICE YOKOHAMA.
Yin . ,-k lr vs. and receive for ttt -''
' r- ( t 1 : ) i,
r i be
.-- (-.i.r, in I transact
iJu::K revives Local Depo.U
tad otlke Deposit for lxe4 5-
Local Deposits ?-5 aad upward t
one year at ra -6 of -i per tent, per ar.
Head Office Deposits Tea 5 an.l
wirds fr one half year, one year, tw-
yoari or three years at rate of 41-1 fi
cent, per annum.
Particular to be obtained on apfli
Honolulu Office Bethel and M
TU AKAL. Manaftf.
P. O. Box ICS.
The Star Dy eing and Cleaning Shop
Kl Eemania Street, near Alakta.
MAX A I SIDE OF STREET
No connection with the place aero tfc
C. L. HOPKINS
Agent Grant Marriage License
Hawaiian Interpreter and Translate
Office: Judiciary Bldg. Houn 9 a. mx.
to 4 p. m.
AN OUNCE OF PREVENTIVE.
If you want to stop your hair from
fallinc and restore it to its youthful
appearance, yen must use
PACHECOS DANDRUFF TCTT.T.RH
Sold by A1J Druggists.
Keeps Stock Well
. J. POTTIE'S STOCK SEMEOIli
Hotel and Union.
H. M. AYBES, Manager.
135 Merchant Street.
Ship and General Blacksmirhi
1 91 1
OAT & MOSSMAN
Have a fine new stock of 1911
Call and see them and make a date.
That Look Right and Wear Right I
ROMAN &. FRIETAS
opp. cli:i; STAP.LES.
I Apartments, Cuisine and Service
i I'M- at :
POPULAR HOTELS IN
y.i t a " o iKii:i
. KYOTO i
:: U--,. !
--r v in 1
1 1 r e
TK j' ! T
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.'.I.INOiTAM CO, LTZ
AtiM Assarsuce C
Prov.cce V .-
POLITICS DID NOT STOP
President Had Time to
important Questions Getting Fat
in Spite of Worries.
i ! " ! 1 i . I . !
v 1 ef '.ii.i.et-'
y.i-.t !i-preM-ntan. iuvc 'ru'
. ree a t a 1 is iia vi
oil their uav uu a11'1'1" ' '
a e -.
;,:' none el" thedi had i-uMites- ut par
t.eiilar iu.pi.rlali.-e with the 1 'r.' - i de n 1 .
t o.owii.l; a.
ip in West 'ir
collli.s nl no- ?,.a,iwu. no u. . . i ...
l.ia. one f tin- iint roeU.nld.ie.1 Ue-
aiui.-ati Mates ia tee l'i:i.a. lie e"lii'-
p lor leeieetioti tut year a
i ai a i j i will ha e a v a!i vr.
The i!!(ie." ot his eoHeaeue.
Ik !t. Iia-. e;,.; -. .ale col.ee 1
..very. This v,.i;l .
I -cm!,u ot' two :
v the iue-oniuj W.-l
re. io.t ot late Sell
a ' r
liK'.US l 1 ''p
ued as imtuov.!-. In
c idet-.t a li v
I! IS l.ote.l tl
been a year of h.-ay -enatoiial m.
t.-.J'.t v. Itnme.ii.lteiv ai'ti r ttie s.-si
ad joiirn.-d Senator latiiel. ot Vir ;.iii.t.
and S'litimr McKnerv, ,.f Louisiana.'
cros,ed oer and onlv a few days a
t he re was t ne u'-a t H or
-t noil- I
ver. of Iowa. At leas', t vv.j "ther sea
atoi s aiv in s ich toebie Ileal" ii th::
their hold upon i.l'e, is not ery tena
(Uie important titaiter of lHi!es th.
i'ri'sidei.t and his cabinet have dispos
ed of is .1I1
-l )r,e hi!
own or city j
in " ' ry Sta ! e
been -elected 1,1'
I he eN!.ei im.at j
of i.os-al savings banKs. but at the; I
same time it has been decided that thejs;li;.t. contain many new subjects,
banks shall not it" into operation till It will cover matters upon which con-
.lanuarv ! next. The work of pre para -
turn lias been far more arduous than
wa anticipated. The board of postal
bank trustees, consisting of the post -
master general, the attoruoy-getiorai
and the secretary ot the treasury have
proceeded with special caution jest mi--
takes be made
hat wouid discred.t the
j postal bank plan.
JN animations in uecemuci.
Ther,- has been much pressure upon
the I'lesoleiii sine- his return to Wash
ington to indicate his selections for She
i-...,ie ouit and the low coinmeice
court, but lie has au'io uieeu 111.11 1
-, , . 1 1 .. . ., 1 1 . i ; .. t
it i I'
1 nam. s w:n mu oe ni.eo. e1"""
! - . . -. ti t
...... i.i lle.eMI tel. Ii"' e.voec's 1
scud the judicial nominations
senate tie- M on. lav after the senate and
house oi-eauie. which will be l'ecem-
ber 11- '''he gos-i
. i ec ia 1 1 v
1 mi i-t. -ica in- :es coll I i mi
about the olhce of Chieti Justice. W hile
the l'resi.b ii- tarried, in New N ork it I
became rii.hvii that he I considering
.lust ',,-.- lvlward 1 . S Hile, among ot ii
ers. tor that highest, judicial "lh.-e.
bellch. lb- i,
a ni i i ' v and !
laivyevs has l
-! and mo-t 1
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. HONOLULU, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER
Consider Number j)f
: a - ' : 1 i up i ; a m : 1 ' 1 1 1 .
A Real Heavyweight.
T!i.' l'i-'s ,i.'iit 1. !..!; Sit it:- g"'.!' ciui'-
lii-u a tvm Itevci iv. i.ut he has tint
!'!!: ii-iii 4 ti.fKi !ie- his an ivai in
Wa-h'nmtMii. Tin.- t.'hcvy C'Iuim- Jhu
lu'.i. wiieie he plav when in Wash nj-
- ... i ;
ov.r this Miina.er
n-n. ia e ne-n o..... v . 1 1 4
ami aatuiiii!. -V jot 01. saiai jms nae:
i.eeil e..a-t nicted mar the ureens and;
),,. ,.,.,,. has .,., tat tutu what : ;
, -ailed c i.a in aim sii . 1 . Ii.rm. As ihe wots
am aioi sii j. loian
was not lini-i.ed till recently, the J lesi-
.d till I'oee
dear has been tinwiliinu to play then
an, I luav wait a while betoi'e )ii.ij;,n
... t.vorlie eVerciSe tlLtaiM
j.i vo rite ex
"er n d.vell...,s have lie-,,
hois-back lidiuz and
.oninie.l i 1 1 1 1 1 ;o noi .-i.ae;. irau; an
to :iut..inili.i.ii. During the saanuer
his weight lias in.-ri'a-ed eonsideva '.d v.
-o that he now wri-hs poillid.s. a
.1, ' t
heavv load lor a
has a jiruli Sice.
r lie.r.y hardens.
Mrs. Tr.it's Portrait.
:-;rai' is Soon to Im
t- tne eaneiy ot pan-tin-. ot tamous
per oiiae s at t.-ie u ilia.' House. is, is
a p.e.era.; !' Mis Tair, t'er which she
has inr.i if:n at i'.eer!y. The paint-
i .. oi ii.ii.mi.i.i, .i o .....
i , 1 . i . . , 1 1 1 - i T i o 11 u l;.l has 1 11 a d e'
: . . . . i
1,1 inimeious iusi, 104.1. u-u
n u morons nist: , 11411 isueu
1 :. 1.0. .1.... 1 .....1 v..,.
1 . 1 , 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 ' , II '..,!. 1 .10 .Ml 111,
.... r 1 . 1
contine:,:. ine portrait was eompieten
in Iteverlv and shipped to New i'ork.
who,-, Mrs Taft and Mr. Kn.nst rand
sliopp. d tor a tittinu' frame. From t here
the frame and portrait wdl soon
to be huiio- ia
,!,..' 1, II, .use "
ri... ;.i.., i,,.r so.,,., tleeioat
t.. l is annual niessa -je to coimress bn
:l staled s.iiue time ao iie doe
1 C -
'', ' . -j-V',; j V"'' ' i ' 'i ,' '' , .,., ' j (, ,N ... ju' ! i.,. i J; '4.
; u , ' t',, : V'- -'ii ! '' '' 1 "' """L " ' '"'v 3 j --'v J'
...... ' :'"d. ' Ti'-'i 'i ' V'--r i':''i:i.v lii'in:'i!i .'1:!y ;t .1 :i ; :t !ir'' ' .; -'y
.x. . i'v 'm.mV.-:!-! l--x .c iu.t,.r ,,:unc.l Miva.:.... was M " i t!5j f
.-.-r with t ! : 1 1 ; i carr un-i - . :. k'iri i 1
t:v !-::.'::- . !i ... t.. 1 : l.r.-hl ( i.tf ii:c.- t a t lie sit the IB?
the Fl.ioll nasi,,,,, , ,,, ,,-ri:,. if till he o.-t s UKOll
tn,. warsiii;. that is to take him to
mama. It is uniikeiv that the mes-
or,.. jiad no timo to act at the last j
s(.sjon but will have some new mat' rial
about the Panama Canal. His suees-
thins to Congress about the legislation
necessary in that connection will be
formula!-'.! on the trip back after the
President has in-pceed the canal.
ie Island Mail Handling Brings in Big
Revenue, but Expenses Keep
Up Above Receipts.
i:jieiises of the postal service in H.'i-
. wali exceed the revenue m tlie sum ot
u i.",'k.".i;'.rj for the four - quarterly
" periods ending .luiie p.tp', according
. 1 1 n i . ;
rt t';:: nished the cham
by I '...-t master .1. t.
of '.-'.. '..a- SK ii -
s only si,. i expend:
U pes- :,;as; ,-rs at ! he
M: w i;. tor the sVr
Si" V o'.
THE i. F.sT
piinmnmiu nr .grass
.11. r 11
U U U i I U I U II J 1 ?- t JSSZZL- III
linu.lil '' ii:c.- X in-
wiiiaii Ii.tm -if li.'i'i tired th
-. liei'lal i'.I.'i:! ami ti' .Hi th
!icia!i wim had reti
.la ;a 1; e-.'
1 ti'.-t ai.
nal of D.M-t'.r Ihd.dy,
t the im-
tie- ... 1111
pital. siii-h seemed to lie tile
, j1ur j.,
however, (li'ief Mel'ullii
had. in his hands, the threads of a
riir'.oiis chain of c i l c 11 nist a n,-es that
1 can lianliv allow ;,
, . ,.v,.,...t a murder in which 1 hen
i a re lour or live a.-ee-oi ies.
1 Shortly after the woman had been
enan had been
.. 1 ,1 1,,..,
eve.t to tne Jios .11
. ,,,.,,, M ;.,..
j ' - , . ,
pn wr. weni 10 ,ne nosjiK.ti wa -vo
vaoki. tie husband. The woman was
ro-atct, au.t anno.i-n ue . ui
i- condition she manaeed to an-
er a few of the questions.
She admitted having tired t!
rse;t' 'out per-
;t the e-',
it was. iieu tins ijiiestion was
I , , her. si
, her ,e on.y mumoied and tne
. had to be eoiitent with hat.
a M vaoki was Miiesuoned and
elv .leni. d anv knowledge of the
r all. sniio t,,at he did not know
,rUn a ! ail. s-i i ao tiiiit lie 'liu i iv now
... 1 1 . . , .. 1 .... 1 r . . v i 1 . i . I.
jWif;es:M.. h.oio'.l ii ... j.,-... ..........
T;,.,.i tl liiet when to the room ol
I Circumstances Surrounding fa - v , F .
11 1 o,.::,j n; . . Wi v ;. ? -: V
Alleys OUiUUC ruimiu , q
r-oui nay. b. v
e Mini Rtf
! -t itiicliv
; f " . ' ' ' '..' .:,:,,, the husband was in instant demand by
! ' 'e e-uple aim seaiched it. iind.n. supi.oition seems hiah-
i t w enty live or so cartriu-e in t lie bu- ,v' '.j,,
n-au drawer. .MiyaoK.. who had been - j,., th( who1p niattfr is the mvs-
; l.i'-l.i under arrest, was eontionte.t '"it f w,)i(.h inst as vasrue
nese. u'lien'i .i in. on. -ui 1,1 .s ...
nial, and then admitted that th.
was. his. This iemar,Mibl
meaio. v resulted in t lie statement that
he ha.i Taken it tiwav from a mtin
d 1 iui'mers.
is sent for, together vith
1 . . ..
ruled t lie statement
Ills W,ie. lie con 11 1 iiteo me m ... ....... .
that the gun had been his but uenied
that, it had been taken away 1mm him.
! savin" that he had sold it. lhs wile
identified the "im also.
.. r, . . i '
At tins point the chiet s liiyes.iga
Hons came to an end throng i laciv or
material to work on biu early in tne
Vosliida. Sevo ami Shikisima
the husband cliiimed. had been on the
porch when the shot was fired, were put
id 'the case became more
under arrest a
complicated than before.
the luisbajad's interrogation
he had claimed that he and these four
men had been siting on the lanai when
the woman, who had been missing for
some time, walked by them and pased
j into the room. At the time she did
so the five of them had been liiscussuig
the next jdace where they were to look
A moment after she had gone into
e room, they heard a shot. They then
shed up to the door, which they found
r-Lr t ..
The makers of Chalmers Cars don't try to turn out the greatest number
of cars, but they bend every effort toward making the very best car in qual
ity, workmanship, style and finish that can be produced for the money.
That is the reason Chalmers Motor Cars make good their claim' ?s the
greatest automobile value in the country.
Ycu don't buy a car simply because of price. A car that is thrrwn to
gether hurriedly from ordinary materials is dnar at any price
You want quality, first of all. You want service. There" are many Qual
ity cars but most of them have luxury prices.
in a Chalmers, you have the comb inaticn of quality with riant -.vires.
That's why they are so popular.
We only ask that you see these cars for yourself and compare thrr. rrit
icaliv with others.
1 ,:..W W
MR A it
(),.kfd. and bioke in, claiming to have
round the woman in much the same
j.ositiori as she was when the police
si.vo iiurin "- his examination told
jy diii'erent story, lie claimed
that he and Ntik.ano while at Seyo 's
- house iiad seen the woman pass them; The national councils of Conne.
house haa seen tne woman pass. me...
and kiiowino that she was bem'
searched for. asked her where she was
"niiie; and where she h.'id come from.
wi ,1 1,,, 1.-,,- in vn.-li manner
.ii'- ;i ii mm 1 01 1 in .-.t... in
, , ... , , ' -i.-i.il.. :......
ii:t tiiev heiievea ner sjiiJ. lj. imi.
' " V . ' .. . " ,.1.- t t.:,. -
ami m consequence iu , ."v"-
t() lur ,0rne ami ucr uusriau.i.
Then, savs Seyo, ihev stopped on
jllr, and the woman went in 01 nei
rd. An hour afterwards they
heard a report and found the woman
(1vill X;lkano held Ejightly to this
stoiy but declared that they had heard
the stmt the moment airer sue weuu
,Ilto ti,e room. Una discrepancy is too
,,,,,t and unusual to be allowed a
.natural and as the otiior n.cn also tell
slones varvino to a jreater or less de-
the chief believes them to have
"l. emoted to aee on a certain ficti-
a 1 1 em i 1 1 eo to a LTi e.
:.,...........,. 1 f 1 f l,m inf i'niifl If. Tllir-
lio.lSMOiv wji.e.i.. .,,.i.. ......J.,.1.s.
e..-t th details. As they were arrest
. ' i .
... 4 Tin". . mini 1 ir 111 US
' " ' 1 . . " . .
, .... tf :,. f it r.
,,,,.... ,r,.t,.i,- oi vinr,l.,r
Doctor Ilobdv stated vestenlav that
the woman's case was hopeless! The
bullet tore aloiiL her lower iaw, break-
otT all the teeth and then plowed
It has not been located but
ved to have lodged in the brain,
The four men are being detained who discussed the broader questions
separately in the county prison as there missions from the standpoint of the" ob
is no room for them at present in the server at home, three missionaries froa
-:.,;! Mit-oAl-i .Litnitin,! linI.L. Tor.cn fhinmillil
in. .iii nil' in - i a . n . i i i. u, ...ui. u.
- cDuffie is makinsr evcrv effort
f() olitain lnoro information that he can
!.-,. ;n nn-imr nnon the mvs-
' v. l'-.-'" -j-v..
--l.tl, 41... A.. rifTnn.,clw
i.i. ni'nu oil. on, . ..;.-oee.T
. ... i ; . . . i. ,
si ones nun give to i ue ense.
CO N GR EG ATI ON ALI STS IN
HAWAII AND PORTO RICO
T-.r.s.-T.w r i i ii t
Ml.. ctoir ii- in connection j t.ercentae of the prescripttoM
1 with the celebration of the centennial filled for doctors are for proprietary
nt- the American board of commission- j medicines.
. -fv,; t This is because the average doctor of
: ' " , '
-'o' o.,..., vx....., luv .uinral equally as efficacious,
was in a do by the foreign secretary, Rev. Such standard remedies as Lydia B.
Ir. .Tames L. P.arton. that Daniel K. , Pinkham 's Vegetable Corr.ponnd
! Pearsons, the well-known philanthropist prescribed over and over aeain by
of Hinsdale, Illinois, had promised minded physicians throughout the ew
4:100,01)0 to the board. This sum, it trv.
DEALERS IN MOTOR CARS.
is made of clothing
lead ail others.
We nave your
size and style
j was exidamed, is an addition to
1'mid of $l.l'Hi,fi.hi donated hy less tin,
j ten persons luru.j: tlw? past year.un.
Barton in it.
an j ' ' annual surve . ot' the missions " m.4
: wili be applied to the permanent ea-
: dowment fund for hi-her education
110,1. ii euun .ies nit-i Ulis aitemoon u
the first business meeting of its tri
ennial convention. i.Vv. Dr. Nehemiai.
n.-.,-r,trt., r.f T l.-l,-,, " ,
iiinuivfii ol j.i.j..ni 1 11, ,uvv IOTk wo.
, ' , , " U1i
k V J- ... A ' - &Tlm
, ,-liosen moaerator an.! uev. Dr Art
; 11. .muii.ii, 101 i.uiy-uiree years a nj
smnarv in northern China, wi,s selected
the . s assistant moderator.
i Tlie r.p0rt of the national conncil'l
tr.icrnr i,,.- s; trs f c e.
f showe.l reeeir.ts of -MflfiTf iu.
, lirfiemonts of i3o.710) having a balanc.
of $7157 3 BCf
At the end of the year 1909 the de
nomination had a total of 5SS1 chruchej
rilite,l States, while in Hawau
' 'r,'n n. t!if of the sme-
-A.r AnuersOB of Bo
ton. The members in the United States
, . , CO -A 1.
limn .ori'i . J. '. ....!(. with S.-tift nrnnhm
1 ,;. ihn i..t 1,ww vm.i ...
!"'nd. ruros ot the denomination totaled
TCT.lV.O, an increase of $503,203
ver the .reee.lin: three years, whils
the amount spent for benevolenca
th? s:ime j-er'tod was $7,764,000,
an increase of .-fofiT.OIG.
tnt Meetinrrs were held at Tremont Te
pie .and Park Street Church tonigty
where plans for future missionary it
up - tivity were set forth. In addition
is President Henry Churchill Xing of U
lin ( ollege and Eev. Dr. Kobeit E. Spea,
i in- ii.i i li;ii iirno l'i ,jc'f.tA, . m.uw " -
India rave the- views of ' the aetin
laborers. Thev were Dr. Tasuka Harad
e i.- t" ti, t tt TntiM af
,M lYHill.i, ,l itjlilU . A'l. . A..
n-ri.i T 1!. ' 1 T, I ...I TT Ctn..'rli .T
. 1 III 1 1 tl a II II IT. iM'lUUr 11. k3iuu v.
' , .. .
PROPRIETARY MEDICINES PBB
SCRIBED BY DOCTORS.
- Examination of the formulary depart
ments of leading drug stores ttirongnoai
the eot ntrv has proved that a very
- today is unable to devise prescription
in Blue and White
on the Radiator
stands for all yoa
can ask in a
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